Fall Conference 2016
**ALL CONFERENCE FUNCTIONS WILL BE AT THE DILLARD HOUSE**
The Conference hotel is the Dillard House which has limited
rooming options. All conference functions will be on location:
Please make your hotel accommodations as early as possible. You
will be responsible for making your own reservations by telephone
ONLY to the hotel. Be sure to tell reservations that you are with
the GUCC group and request a confirmation number. Minimum Wed. and
Thurs. night requirement to stay here.
Dillard House -
RATES vary ($79 - $149 + applicable taxes based on a 2 person per
room basis). Any extra persons per room will be charged a $15 per
person per night fee.
Chalets will be made available at a 15% discount off of rack
****CANCELLATION POLICY: A 72 hour cancellation policy will
apply to rooms and a 14 day cancellation policy applies to chalets
and cottages. Your credit card will be charged for ALL night's
booked effected by cancellation.
Additional Area Hotels:
GATEWAY INN & SUITES (Previously called Holiday Inn
Express) - 1-706-746-3585 (includes hot breakfast from
6:30am - (9:30am) 64 White Oak Lane, Dillard, GA 30537 (100%
RATE $80.10 + taxes for regular king or 2 queen rooms. Rooms must
guaranteed with a credit card. If paying by Cash, a $50 cash
deposit is required at check in and refunded at check out. NO PETS.
100% SMOKE FREE hotel. An extra $75 cleaning fee will be added to
any room where smoking or pets have been detected. ROOMS BLOCK and
PRICING ends Sept. 20, 2016
****Cancellation policy: Must cancel by 4pm the DAY BEFORE
ARRIVAL. Rooms where no one shows up and are not officially
cancelled might be charged a full 2 nights or entire stay. Room
block ends Sept. 20.
Knights Inn (under new management)- 1-706-746-5321
(best to contact in afternoons, ask for RJ)… Updated hotel
last year (room beds and furniture/carpet new)
3 Best Inn Way, Dillard, GA 30537
RATE $59.99 + taxes www.knightsinn.com
****Cancellation policy is 4pm on check in day. Possible one
night stay will be billed in the event of a cancellation after